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When it comes to plumbing complications, there’s often more to the issue than property owners notice. However, many people try to diagnose and solve the problem themselves, which occasionally lands them in hot water. It’s best to contact a licensed plumber to scope out the issue’s extent before undertaking the work yourself.
Our experts at Ranck Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning explain the top five reasons to consult a professional plumber.
Contrary to popular belief, your thermostat is not a set-it-and-forget-it tool. This strategy will likely boost your energy usage and increase your monthly costs. It’s best to adjust your HVAC temperature settings regularly to match your needs, preferences and environmental conditions. This practice will help you maintain a home that is comfortable and cost-efficient.
The U.S. Department of Energy recommends modifying your thermostat settings in summer and winter by roughly 7 to 10 degrees of its normal rating. Doing this for eight hours a day can help you save up to 10% of your utility bills. The closer you can get your internal temperature to the outdoor temperature, the more you can expect to save every year.
Are you concerned your sewer line might be clogged? From disintegrating pipes to invading tree roots, sewer lines become blocked for several reasons. If you suspect your sewer line is clogged, you should contact a licensed plumbing technician immediately. Leaving the issue unresolved could cause costly complications, including cracked sewer lines and mold growth.
If you suspect your sewer line might be blocked, look for these five signs of a clogged sewer line:
Whether you want to lower your operating expenses or increase water heating performance, maintaining your boiler can help. Ranck Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning is here to help you maximize your boiler efficiency. Learn more from our service experts to get the most out of your boiler year-round.
What Is an HVAC System?
In the simplest terms, your HVAC system regulates your home’s temperatures and airflow, ensuring that you have a comfortable living space all year round. Accomplishing this requires several different components that all use the same infrastructure in your home.
Learn more about what goes into your HVAC system from the professionals at Ranck Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning.